Mining opponents celebrate EPA's decision

February 16th 1:26 pm

Agency suspends its withdrawal of proposed watershed protections

New Stuyahok special ed teachers receive state award for inclusive practices

February 16th 1:26 pm

The Alaska Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education selected Ben Griese and Nicole Wagner from nominees around the state for the Inclusive Practices Award. The honor recognizes Griese and Wagner's work as the special education teachers for New [...]

Manokotak rescue team recovers missing traveler unharmed

February 16th 1:24 pm

Troopers stress importance of being prepared for mishap on every snowmachine trip

Price named to regional subsistence advisory panel

February 16th 1:24 pm

Unalaska resident Christopher Price has been named to the Regional Subsistence Advisory Council for Kodiak and the Aleutian Islands by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. Price works for the Qawalangin Tribe, ran for mayor in the last election, and [...]

Cod caught quickly

February 16th 1:23 pm

The Bering Sea federal trawl cod fishery closed in what may be record time on Feb. 11, just 22 days after the Jan. 20 opener, according to National Marine Fisheries Service Biologist Krista Milani in Unalaska/Dutch Harbor. "I wouldn't be surprised if it's [...]

Court approves threatened status for ringed seals

February 16th 1:22 pm

Ruling could result in limits on oil and gas projects

In Brief

February 16th 1:21 pm

Democrats pick Bethel man to lead replacement of Fansler By Nathaniel Herz Anchorage Daily News Alaska Democrats have selected a Bethel man to lead the process of replacing Zach Fansler, the state representative who's resigning after a woman accused him of [...]

Where are the Yukon chinook salmon headed?

February 16th 1:21 pm

Fish biologist helps create map of where state's rarest salmon return to spawn

Lady Wolverines show grit, determination in Homer

February 16th 1:20 pm

HOMER — Dillingham High School head coach Karl Clark watched on over the weekend as his team suffered a series of tough losses at the Homer Winter Carnival Basketball Tournament. None of those losses could temper how pleased Clark was with what he saw [...]

Pen Air Classic set to tip off

February 16th 1:20 pm

Southwest Alaska basketball fans will have a chance to see some of the top teams in the state this weekend when eight teams tip off play in the 2018 Pen Air Basketball Classic. The tournament is scheduled to run through Saturday at Dillingham High School.

Raiders maintain hold on top spot in Class 2A poll

February 16th 1:19 pm

The Unalaska Raiders may not have taken to the hardwood for a game this past week but that didn't lessen the state's coaches from showering them with respect. A lot of it. For the second week in a row, the Raiders were tabbed the state's top-ranked team in [...]

Wolverines place 4th at Winter Carnival

February 16th 1:18 pm

HOMER - The Dillingham High School Wolverines played their way to a fourth-place finish at the Homer Winter Carnival Basketball Tournament this past weekend. The Wolverines went 0-3 in the three-day, round-robin event which featured teams from Homer, Mt. [...]

Opinion: Fake or real? Critical reading and research keep us from spreading propaganda

February 16th 1:14 pm

This Monday we, as a state and a nation, will celebrate Presidents Day, a day many in America feel more conflicted about than they usually would, given the tumultuous nature of the current political climate in this country. Chances are good that on Monday, [...]

Fish-buying women from around the world come to Unalaska

February 16th 1:10 pm

Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute hosts buyers' gathering

Shangin arrested on murder charges

February 9th 6:20 pm

Man pleads not guilty to charges related to Joseph Peterson's death

Unalaska council offers city manager position to Thomas

February 9th 6:19 pm

Substitute teacher from Illinois has experience in public administration

Upgrades to Dillingham's city water system underway

February 9th 6:19 pm

Dillingham's Public Works Department has been busy for the past week performing maintenance and installing upgrades on the water system downtown. "We've got the new well at the park near the soccer field that we're connecting into the system," said Public [...]

Dillingham City School District appoints next superintendent

February 9th 6:18 pm

Board votes unanimously to offer Johnson the position

Environmental groups sue Trump administration over Izembek road

February 9th 6:18 pm

Suit comes after Zinkle signed deal to trade up to 500 acres of refuge's lands

Opinion: Letter to the Editor

February 9th 6:17 pm

Mayor addresses recall To the Unalaska residents, my response to the petitioner's comments in the Jan. 18 Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman is this: The Unalaska Community Broadcastings investigation showed no proof of any wrong-doing on my part. The [...]

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